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Dinesh Jain (proprietor)     14 April 2011


whether the tenant can have right to the propety if he is staying in the same propety for more than 50 years and 3 generation have been stating in that property and even there is change in ownership and the other land lord have accepted the existing tenancy and continued with the same . can the tenant be the owner of the property and can he be evicted or not even if he is paying regular rent.


 5 Replies

Naresh Kudal (none)     14 April 2011

tenant will always tenent. he can be asked for eviction anytime for the grounds given in rent control act.

Ramadevi (Advocate)     15 April 2011


At no point of time a tenant can be Owner of the property, he has to prove his adverse possession and nature of his holding of the land.

Shailendra prasad singh (Lawyer)     15 April 2011

kya baat hai jain sahab bahoot khoob sochi aapne.tenant will always tenent.

Dinesh Jain (proprietor)     17 April 2011

can an tenant be asked to be evicted on bonanfide requirement under the law inspite of landlord possissing  huge amount of properties in the same city and some property being vacant and also let out and can he specifically evict only one tenant and others are left free and not complaining other tenent who have sublet

and after filing the case can a landlord rent his property where he has filed a case of eviction under the act of tenancy under bonafide requiremnt.

is  bonafide requirement justified or just landlord is in need of higher rents.

DEFENSE ADVOCATE.-firmaction@g (POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE )     17 April 2011

very defficult for eviction of a tenant.

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